Farming is a business of high risk, low profit, and lots of debt. Researchers are experimenting with technology featuring Senix's ToughSonic ultrasonic sensors to reduce risk and increase profit through high-throughput automated plant phenotyping.
The Vietnam Inland Waterways Administration (VIWA) joins the Iowa Flood Center, the Philippine Flood Warning System, and other organizations in using Senix ToughSonic® sensors to modernize their water-level monitoring, or flood warning systems.
Senix’s new ToughSonic REMOTE 30 and REMOTE 50 digital ultrasonic sensors are lightning-resistant and energy efficient for demanding outdoor applications. They are built tough with 316 stainless, IP68 and 7 kV surge protection.
Senix is once again a proud sponsor of the Solar Boat team at Technical University Delft in the Netherlands. Senix ultrasonic sensors play a key role in controlling the hydrofoiling process which, in turn, provides much of the boat’s energy efficiency.
HINESBURG, VT – February 2, 2016 – Senix, manufacturer of ToughSonic® ultrasonic level and distance sensors, today introduced the ToughSonic remote 14, the first in a series of ultrasonic water level sensors designed for remote monitoring applications.
Senix announces expansion of the Philippines Flood Warning System. Senix water level sensors are key in monitoring flood risk from tropical rains, storm surge and tsunamis, which make this archipelago among the most flood prone in the world.
Senix Corporation, manufacturer of ToughSonic® sensors, introduces the ToughSonic 3, a new sensor designed for special applications that require measurements very close to the sensor face or where a narrow ultrasonic beam is required at short range.
The Philippine Government launched the National Operational Assessment of Hazards (NOAH) program to cope with extraoridinary flood risk in the Phillipines. NOAH, using ToughSonic sensors, provides communities with 6 hours notice of impending flooding.
Ultrasonic distance sensors are used to measure stack height, wave height, crop height and more, but at HealthWorks! Children’s education center in Tupelo MS, Senix ultrasonic sensors are measuring the height of energetic children.
You can now download Computer-aided design (CAD) models of any Senix ultrasonic sensor from the ToughSonic® product pages on http://senix.com/. It’s just one aspect of our ongoing commitment to deliver high-quality product information to customers.
Senix Corporation, manufacturer of ToughSonic® ultrasonic level and distance sensors, today announced “Research Assist,” a formal program to support the use of ultrasonic sensors in research and education.
To create the world’s most sophisticated flood monitoring and forecasting system, the Iowa Flood Center (IFC) uses more than 200 Senix ToughSonic 30 and ToughSonic 50 ultrasonic sensors to measure water levels in streams across the state.
Senix Corporation, manufacturer of ToughSonic® ultrasonic level and distance sensors, today announced the launch of a new website, http://senix.com, the first in a series of initiatives to expand the product and information capabilities it delivers.
The innovative Sonic Spray attachment from farm equipment manufacturer Gillison’s Variety Fabrication, Inc. (GVF) uses Senix ultrasonic object detection sensors to detect orchard trees and precisely control the application of sprayed materials.
The solar-powered boat designed and built for competition by a team of students at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands depends on Senix ToughSonic 14 ultrasonic sensors to keep the craft at just the right height above the water.
The AutoStack and AutoStack II automatic turf harvesters from Trebro Manufacturing feature an automated steering system guided by Senix ToughSonic 14 ultrasonic sensors.
Mechanical engineers at Duke University are finding that Senix ToughSonic® 14 sensors are the ideal tool for conducting hands-on experiments in dynamics.
ToughSonic ultrasonic sensors are made from the highest grade, 316 stainless steel – also known as “marine grade” or “surgical” steel. It’s the same steel used to make quality marine hardware and hospital operating room instruments.
Ultrasonic liquid level sensors monitor maple sugaring to streamline operations and provide local flavor.
Senix Corporation, a 25-year innovator in industrial ultrasonic sensors, announces that it is discontinuing its ULTRA-S® line of ultrasonic sensors. The ULTRA-S was launched in 1993 as Senix’s first ultrasonic sensor designed specifically for end users.
Oracle Team USA won the 2013 America’s Cup race with one of the most efficient sailing vessels ever built using ToughSonic sensors to control hydrofoiling.
Senix ToughSonic ultrasonic sensors play a critical role detecting sea level changes as part of a sophisticated Tsunami Early Warning System (TeWS) in the Philippines.
Senix manufactures a ToughSonic 50 Ultrasonic Sensor in threaded PVC housing for simple installation in large tank liquid level sensor applications.